Mexican Granadillo

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Granadillo is often referred as Black Coccobolo. Granadillo has its origin from Mexico and Central America. This wood is available in a huge variety of colors and patterns. It looks stunning on guitar sets. Granadillo tone is similar to Rosewood. It has a broad frequency range with clear articulation and enhances sustain.

Granadillo is an alternative to Rosewood. The density of Granadillo falls under Rosewood, with less oily nature. The pleasing look and excellent working properties makes it a popular choice for all guitar builders. High-density makes it a perfect choice for headplates, fingerboards and bridge blanks. Granadillo is an ideal choice for most of the guitar parts.

Wood species Granadillo
Scientific name Platymiscium yucatanum
Weight 1009 kg/m3
Color Bright red to reddish or purplish brown with distinct stripes.
Texture Medium to fine texture. Straight to Roey grain pattern
Shipping No restrictions
Recommendations Fine musical instruments